Welcome to GTT Training
We specialise in helping individuals and organisations who wish to know more about LNG, both ashore and afloat.
Click on the links below to see more about the courses,
services and simulation products we can provide
Improving the knowledge, understanding and practical skills of those persons involved in the handling of LNG on ships and terminals, using our specially designed simulator.
*Next scheduled course dates:*
* 20th - 24th November 2017
* 5th - 9th March 2018
* 9th - 13th July 2018
* 24th - 28th September 2018
* 22nd - 26th October 2018
Other dates available upon request
*Next scheduled Paris course dates:*
* 12th - 15th March 2018
* 28th - 31st May 2018
* 15th -18th October 2018
* 5th - 8th November 2018
Click link above to see the details regarding both the Paris and offsite courses
Need to know about using LNG as a marine fuel? For persons or organisations who are interested in, or maybe, involved directly or indirectly with the bunkering of LNG and the use of LNG as a Marine Fuel.
See details for the particular courses by clicking on the link above
We can design courses or provide training support services to meet your specific training requirements. Some of our specialist courses include:
LNG Terminal Marine Coordinators
For further details click on the link below or contact us directly via the contact page to discuss how we may be able to assist
Courses on request
G-Sim - LNG Training Simulator
G-Sim, Liquid Gas Handling Simulator developed by GTT Training Ltd., is a highly detailed simulation platform that allows operators to be trained in all aspects of handling Liquid Gas Cargoes on board ship and ashore.
Models available include:
- LNG Carrier - incorporating 12+ different configurations of typical LNG Carriers, allowing detailed training in all aspects of LNG Cargo Operations
- LNG Bunkering - designed for the training of ships crews who will engaged in the use of LNG as a marine fuel
The software can be installed on any MS Windows based PC or tablet and can be configured in single, or multi station configurations.
For further details click on the link below: